Palestinian Arab political parties 1934-1939. by Atef I. Abwan

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PhD thesis, International Studies Unit.

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The following political parties, listed in alphabetic order, have taken part in recent elections for the Palestinian National Authority in the Palestinian territories. Al-Mustaqbal or The Future; Arab Liberation Front; As-Sa'iqa or Storm/Thunderbolt, also called Vanguard for the Popular Liberation War; Democratic Alliance Palestinian Democratic Union (al-ittihād al-dīmūqrātī al Other: Arab Liberation Front (ALF), As-Sa'iqa, Islamic.

The Palestinian Arab Party (Arabic: الحزب العربي الفلسطيني ‎ ‘Al-Hizb al-'Arabi al-Filastini) was a political party in Palestine established by the influential Husayni family in May Jamal al-Husayni was the founder and chairman.

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